You will discover most of west Havana with me, riding with style on a vintage convertible American car. We will visit el Cristo de La Habana, erected across the bay. It is located on a small angler village, Casablanca. From here, we can have a bird's eye view of the city. El Morro Fortress dates from the XVIII century, when Cuba was the favorite prey for pirates lurking on the Caribbean. From here we will go see Revolution Square, the most political space ever in Cuba. Military parades, long speeches intending to mobilize the public opinion, the most important governmental offices and a statue of the National hero, our Washington, José Martí. Havana Forest is a gorgeous piece of nature among the concrete city. Top spot for quinceañeras photo album. The Almendares river bath the trees were Santería practitioners offer animals and coconuts to their gods and goddess. This will come after the Revolution Square. At the end of our discovery journey, we will visit Fusterland. Fuster is an acclaimed artist. He transformed a small town into a tourist marvel. He decorated dozens of houses using colorful tiles, like Gaudi in Barcelona. Brought this town back to live.
My name is Julio Rojas. I'm a history professor who loves to share the wonders of our creole culture. I have longstanding experience dealing with foreign clients. Three years ago I worked during a season for Crystal Cruises. I lectured for them on topics such as Cuban culture, politics and economics. Later, I was hired by an American leader on tourism business, Road Scholar. With Road Scholar I hosted groups of Americans coming to the Island. I'm about to get my Masters degree on Latin American Studies.
Convertible vintage car
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Cristo de La Habana-El Morro Fortress (Photos here) – Mob heritage on Vedado-University of Havana-Revolution Square-Havana Forest-Fusterland-Miramar, Siboney neighborhood-back to the rendezvous point...
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